Doing more with less doesn't add up

Aug 26 2003 by Brian Amble Print This Article

In these difficult times, many of us will be familiar with the scenario where we're expected to achieve the same amount with fewer and fewer people. Its stressful, its unpleasant and it simply can't be done.

According to the Harvard Business School's Working Knowledge, if you're in this fix, you need a comprehensive strategy.

"So what's the recipe for successful self-management in this economic climate? The ingredients include balance, focus, effective communication, and more than a pinch of dynamism."

Harvard Business School | Understaffed and Overworked: What Now?